Golden/Goulden and Morgan Family atDNA connections

Have found two atDNA connections with the Morgan family via Ancestry member Jukqueen.

>>> The oldest documented grandparent in our family line is the marriage of Nathaniel Greene Goulden to Rachel Isabella Morgan about 1810 in South Carolina. The Morgan family is well documented for a number of generations back to about 1600.

Now have two Morgan family atDNA connections back to:

James B Morgan, 5 Apr 1607 – 6 Aug 1685 and Margery Hill, 16 Jun 1611 – 28 Apr 1690 // James was born at Llandaff, Glamorgan, Wales, then immigrated to Massachusetts and moved on to Connecticut.

Llandaff, Glamorgan, Wales aka Cardiff

 

The atDNA connection comes via two descendants from James and Margery Morgan’s son:

Capt James Morgan
B: 03 Mar 1644 in Roxbury, New London, Connecticut
D: 08 Dec 1711 in Groton, New London, Connecticut

Capt James Morgan is the brother to our Morgan-line ancestor:

John Morgan
B: 30 Mar 1645 in Roxbury, Suffolk, Massachusetts
D: 12 Feb 1712 in Preston City, New London, Connecticut

father of:

William Morgan
B: Mar 1693 in Groton, New London, Connecticut
D: Oct 1729 in Groton, New London, Connecticut

father of:

Thomas Morgan
B: 1725 in Groton, New London, Connecticut
D: 1792 in King Creek, Newberry, South Carolina
?? Did the Gouldens come with the Morgan family to South Carolina or were we already there?

father of:

Benjamin Francis Franklin Morgan
B: 1762 in Pickens, South Carolina
D: 6 Sep 1835 in Kings Grove, Pickens, South Carolina

father of:

Rachel Isabella Morgan, wife of Nathaniel Greene Golden Sr (c1782/3-c1846)
B: abt 1788 in South Carolina, USA
D: Aft. 1850
Married about 1810 in South Carolina

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